Learn how to create these natural polymer clay spiral earrings inspired by Land Art.
About the author
Petra lives near Pilsen, Czech Republic. Ever since childhood, she has loved learning new craft techniques. By age fifteen, she began studying art at various art schools in Pilsen before receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Industrial Design at the Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art, University of West Bohemia. She has been working for LUCY CLAY since 2014.
Materials and tools:
- Polymer clay
- Czextuder + LC Disk 1 (extension with small holes)
- Scalpel, blade
- Round cookie cutter
- Half-sphere metal baking mold
- Mini hand drill
- Screw eyes, earrings hoops
Condition polymer clay – Cernit Nature Savanna. Put the clay into the Czextruder. Use the extension with small holes from LC Disk 1 and extrude the clay.
Make a small sheet of clay.
Take one extrusion and make a spiral.
Make small balls and start to place them.
The finished stone spiral should be bigger than your cookie cutter.
I mixed Cernit Nature Savanna with black clay and extruded it again. Then I made another spiral on the top of the first spiral.
Cut it using a cookie cutter and place it on a metal mold. Bake according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Drill hole. Screw in the screw eyes.
Screw in the screw eyes and attach an earring hoop.
Download PDF tutorial for free: land-art-earrings-PDF-tutorial